Call of Duty gamers will now have the option to use a partner app for Call of Duty and WWII both on iOS and Android. It provides information about your interaction with Black Ops 4’s multiplayer and Zombies, as well as Blackout’s Blackout (i.e. Battle Royale) and WWII’s multiplayer (including War Mode).
Each week you’ll receive a summary of your performance, along with customized guidance on how to improve. You can also access elements such as a heat map that shows where most of the action is occurring. Activision claims that the application tracks each shot and develops to assist in investigating your ongoing gameplay.
You can also see the details of your companions when you apply for Call of Duty Black Ops 4. This allows you to determine if you are eligible for boasting rights for having best kill/death or win/loss ratios among your friends.
Also, you can create squads up to 20 players. You can award your squad in-game rewards such as tags, twofold experience points, and rare supply drops for completing week after week’s objectives. Additional highlights such as a loadout director and localization, chat, and chat will be added to the application later.
Treyarch, the developer of Black Ops 4, has recently expanded microtransactions to cosmetic items in Black Ops 4. This week, the COD Points in game money reached PS4 and will soon be available on Xbox and PC. These focuses allow players to move through levels at the black Market without having to spend a lot of time.
These in-game points can also be used to buy Nebulium Plasma in Zombies or open Special Orders. These cosmetic rewards are available at Black Market levels.